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Hi, how am I just now been having early heartbeats and irregular heart beats every two weeks like my doc says, when I've never had this before in my l?

Paroxysmal arythmia. Need full evaluation you are at risk for stroke and blood clots from heart see the doc and get evaluated. Read more...
Occurs at any time. Irregular heart beats can begin at any time in one's life. Your primary care provider should do a workup such as a good history,physical exam,labs, ekg, event monitor and possibly other studies. They may refer to a cardiologist if symptoms persist. Read more...

Can I drink beer or hard liquor with pre mature irregular heart beats forgot to ask heart doctor. He said stay away from caffeine.

Alcohol dehydrates. You and can lead to increased ectopy...Use only on moderation & keep well hydrated. Read more...
It can aggravate it. In general any kind of alcohol intake can aggravate palpitations. Although small amounts (1 standard drink) is considered ok, but it can still aggravate palpitations. Greater intake of alcohol can trigger more serious arrythmias. It is better to avoid alcohol. Read more...
Maybe? There are electrical properties of heart tissue that change in response to drinking, as well as the body's overall levels of adrenaline (what we call catecholamines). It's rather common for people to trigger atrial fibrillation by binges of drinking. Depending on their mechanisms, premature beats can be similarly triggered. If you find that you have more when you drink, you have your answer. Read more...

Hello doctors, what does an irregular heart beat mean?

Palpitation Sx. Palpitations are an awareness of extra heartbeats which most of us have. The sensation can be single or multiple and can sometimes last minutes. Different people may feel other symptoms along with them such as dizzy, lightheaded or short of breath. The palpitations are almost always atrial or ventricular premature beats. Usually benign but they are also found with abnormal hearts. Read more...

I went to my doctor office and she refer me to a cardiologist for irregular heart beat what does this mean?

It means .... Your doctor cares for you.Symptoms of "irregular heart beat"/palpitation/flutter are commonly encountered in clinical practice and may be benign. Your doctor will perform an ECG as a way of trying to determine what may be causing your symptoms. Your doctor may not feel comfortable with the findings on the ECG and will then ask a cardiologist's help in deciding what it is or isn't. Read more...